Workshop:

Personality and Profile of the Successful PCL

While “Parish Catechetical Leader” can mean virtually anything in a given parish, there are some specific traits and skills which identify the persons best suited for these eclectic positions. This workshop discusses those in detail and examines some of the major themes, underlying principles, and recurring patterns found in the lives of successful leaders who serve under our pastors. May we be inspired to seek the harder road in the privileged vocation of leadership in God’s Church, so that He may be glorified, and many souls lifted up.  As St. Catherine of Siena in the voice of our Lord: “I have set you as workers in your own and your neighbor’s souls, and in the mystic Body of holy Church.  Take your tears and your sweat, drawn for the fountain of My Divine love, and with them wash the face of My spouse the Church. I promise you, that by this means, her beauty will be restored to her.”

Workshop Presenter

Petroc Willey BD, PhD, STL, PhD, is married to Katherine and has four children – Charis, Benedict, Nicholas and David. He is the Director of the Catechetical Institute and of the Office of... Read more

Gloria F. (“Gigi”) Zapiain has been involved in catechetics on the parish and diocesan levels for more than 25 years, having served as a parish DRE and catechetical consultant for the Archdiocese... Read more

Bill Keimig is currently the Assistant Director of the Catechetical Institute at Franciscan University of Steubenville, Ohio.  For 15 years, he served as the Director of Religious Education... Read more

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